Andreas Pereira has revealed that he is determined to stay at Manchester United and "fight" for head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 24-year-old has been a regular for the Red Devils this season, making 37 appearances in all competitions, contributing two goals and four assists in the process.
The attacker has struggled for starts since Bruno Fernandes's arrival in January, though, and he has not appeared in any of his side's last three Premier League matches.
Pereira has recently been linked with a move away from Old Trafford, but the Brazil international has vowed to prove his worth to the 20-time English champions.
"Even when I came to United at such a young age, going to United it's, of course, a massive club, but I know that they are willing to give youth a chance," Pereira told United's official website.
"That is what happened with me. Ole knows we will always be there for him. The young players give our faith and do everything to protect him, as he gives all his trust to us. I'm very honoured and that's why, as well, I want to stay at United. I want to fight for him, win games and win trophies."
Pereira is tied to United until June 2023, having only signed an extension last May.